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EastRussia Bulletin: Darasunsky Mine Restored in Transbaikalia

EastRussia Bulletin: Darasunsky Mine Restored in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal region launched the process of restoring production at the Darasunsky mine. Since March, the company of the same name has been working in a test mode for the processing plant, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia bulletin.

The company has experienced financial difficulties and since June of last year has been in a forced downtime. Gold mining resumed at the mine in January of this year. 6 362 tons of ore mined since the beginning of the year and ready for processing are now in the ore depots.

The factory processed 3 973 tons of ore and produced 320 tons of flotation concentrate (with a gold grade of about 45 g / t). A project for the processing of Darasun ores is at the development stage. By the third quarter of this year, it is planned to launch a full enrichment cycle. There is also the adjustment and repair of the equipment stopped in the fall of last year and the construction of a new drainage complex at the Yugo-Zapadnaya mine, where mining is taking place. At the same time, the restoration of the Tsentralnaya mine shaft is underway, and besides, it is planned to open the reserves of the North-Eastern flank. By the end of the year, the company expects to extract 45 thousand tons of ore.

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